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" In fine, I was a better judge of thoughts than words, Misled in estimating words, not only By common inexperience of youth, But by the trade in classic niceties, The dangerous craft of culling term and phrase From languages that want the living voice... "
The New Laokoon: An Essay on the Confusion of the Arts - Page 24
by Irving Babbitt - 1910 - 258 pages
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic ..., Volumes 11-12

...reverence." — p. 137. In mentioning the advantages which he enjoyed, Wordsworth enumerates a freedom from "The dangerous craft of culling term and phrase From languages that want the living voiceTo carry meaning to the natural heart ; To tell us what is passion, what is truth. What reason,...
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The Prelude, Or, Growth of a Poet's Mind: An Autobiographical Poem

William Wordsworth - 1850 - 374 pages
...things removed From a familiar sympathy. — In fine, I was a better judge of thoughts than words, Misled in estimating words, not only By common inexperience...living voice To carry meaning to the natural heart ; To tell us what is passion, what is truth, What reason, what simplicity and sense. Yet may we not...
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THE PRELUDE; GROWTH OF A POET'S MIND.

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH - 1850
...things removed From a familiar sympathy. — In fine, I was a better judge of thoughts than words, Misled in estimating words, not only By common inexperience...living voice To carry meaning to the natural heart ; To tell us what is passion, what is truth. What reason, what simplicity and sense. Yet may we not...
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The Prelude, Or, Growth of a Poet's Mind: An Autobiographical Poem

William Wordsworth - 1850 - 374 pages
...to things removed From a familiar sympathy.—In fine, I was a better judge of thoughts than words, Misled in estimating words, not only By common inexperience...living voice To carry meaning to the natural heart ; To tell us what is passion, what is truth, What reason, what simplicity and sense. Yet may we not...
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The complete poetical works of William Wordsworth, late poet laureate

William Wordsworth - 1851 - 727 pages
...judge of thoughts than words, Misled in estimating words, not only By common inexperience of youth, Hut n Loughrigg heard, And Fairfield answered with a mountain...Carried the Lady's voice, — old Skiddaw blew His hcurt ; To tell us what is passion, what is truth, What reason, what simplicity and sense. Yet may...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume 7

William Wordsworth - 1854
...things removed From a familiar sympathy. — In fine, I -was a better judge of thoughts than words, Misled in estimating words, not only By common inexperience...living voice To carry meaning to the natural heart ; To tell us what is passion, what is truth, What reason, what simplicity and sense. Yet may we not...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1854 - 727 pages
...things removed From a familiar sympathy. — In fine, I was a better judge of thoughts than words, Misled in estimating words, not only By common inexperience...living voice To carry meaning to the natural heart ; To tell us what is passion, what is truth, What reason, what simplicity and sense. Yet may we not...
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The College Magazine:, Volume 1

English literature - 1858
...against the iniquity and vanity of — " The trade in classic niceties, The fatal craft of culling terms and phrase From languages that want the living voice To carry meaning to the natural heart. To teach us what is passion, what is truth ; What, reason ; what, simplicity and sense !" Now, we know...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

1869 - 704 pages
...iiiaxpeziaBee of youth, ' "it by the trade in classic niceties, He dangerous craft of culling term aud phrase | From languages that want the living voice To carry meaning to the natural heart; To tell us what is passion, what is truth, ' What reason, what simplicity and sense. Yet may we not...
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The poetical works of William Wordsworth. New and complete ..., Volume 5

1870
...things removed From a familiar sympathy. — In fine, I was a better judge of thoughts than words, Misled in estimating words, not only By common inexperience...living voice To carry meaning to the natural heart ; To tell us what is passion, what is truth, What reason, what simplicity and sense. Tet may we not...
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